The Lomond Hills Park is Fife’s largest area of upland countryside. Whilst not quite in the same league as other Scottish hills and mountains, nevertheless there are lots of walking opportunities in the park.
There are multiple access routes that can be used to enjoy the hills from the “honeypot routes” from Craigmead car park to the quieter less trodden ground between Bishop Hill and Harperleas.
In addition to the hills, the area also holds a number of reservoirs which make lovely low level walks.
An overview PDF map is available from the Fife Coast and Countryside Trust website which gives a good idea of what is available in the area. The recently redeveloped Living Lomonds Partnership website has a selection of excellent leaflets and resources for walking in the area.
|Michael Bruce Way||Scotlandwell||3.5 miles||175m|
|Formonthills and Coul Den||Glenrothes||4 miles||200m|
|Bishop Hill from Scotlandwell||Scotlandwell||4 miles||400m|
|Harperleas Circuit||Holl (Leslie)||4.5 miles||150m|
|West Lomond from the Bunnet Stane||Gateside||5 mile||400m|
|East Lomond and Maspie Den||Falkland||5 miles||400m|
|Four Reservoirs Circuit||Holl (Leslie)||5.4 miles||185m|
|Glenvale Circuit||Glenvale||5.5 miles||175m|
|East Lomond Southern Approach||Glenrothes||6.5 miles||350m|
|Bishop Hill from Glenvale||Glenvale||7.5 miles||300m|
|Bishop Hill Traverse||Scotlandwell||10 miles||400m|
|Lomond Hills Circuit from Holl||Holl (Leslie)||12.5 miles||800m|
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